Are you looking to style your home with farmhouse decor, but only have a limited budget to do so? You might be surprised at some of the places that you can find rustic decor without super high price tags.
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1. Estate and Garage Sales-A whole range of farmhouse style decorations and furniture can be found at these sales with a little persistence. The keys are to know what you are looking for and to show up early and often. Also, if you have a bit of crafting skill, you can transform ordinary pieces into extraordinary farmhouse decor. Check out how Jess at Bright Green Door changed a piece of framed art into a framed chalkboard worthy of any farmhouse motif.
2. Junk Yards-Farmhouse style is all about patina, and what better place to find pieces with some of that than at a junk yard. You will generally have the most luck finding vehicle and other aged industrial items at these businesses.
3. Thrift and Consignment Stores-A treasure trove of potential farmhouse goodness awaits you at these stores. As with estate and garage sales, the tickets to success are to be persistent and imaginative. Take a look at what Sara at Sincerely Sara D. did to some inexpensive decor dishes that you she found at Goodwill. The results are fantastically, expensive looking.
4. Habitat for Humanity ReStores-These nonprofit home improvement stores sell furniture, appliances, accessories, and building material for considerable discounts off of retail prices. Stock comes from individual donations and manufacturer overstock. Check out the main ReStore page to find the store closest to you.
5. Major Home Furnishings Stores-HomeGoods and World Market are both good stores to peruse for farm house furniture and other decor. These retailers stay on top of trends and keep the inventory fresh. I bought one my coworkers the cutest mason jar measuring cup set at World Market recently. Also, take a look at online retailer Wayfair.
6. Major Craft Stores-Hobby Lobby and Michaels are nice places to pick up farmhouse deco items or raw pieces that you can transform. Both retailers offer frequent sales and significant cost-saving coupons, so check their websites and other coupon sites before shopping.
7. Off-Price Retailer Discounters-Marshalls, Ross Stores, and T.J Maxx are not just about clothing. You can find bedding, small furniture pieces, and a range of home furnishings overstocks and seconds at these stores.
8. Major Big Box Retailers-Target and Walmart, through their websites and in stores, can be excellent spots to find both farmhouse furniture and other decorative items. Check out some of their offering below: